?North Harrison board proceeding with Morgan Elementary renovation PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 January 2009 00:00
??    The North Harrison Board of School Trustees learned Thursday night that the construction and renovation project at Morgan Elementary School in Central Barren is proceeding smoothly. The Department of Local Government Finance in Indianapolis recently approved the project, which is the final legal hurdle to moving ahead with the project.
    Architect Hal Kovert of Kovert-Hawkins of Jeffersonville, Indiana, presented the board and new interim Supt. Dr. Fihe with the latest developments in the Morgan project.
    A topographical survey of the building site at Morgan was completed, and it has been determined that the soil will support a building foundation with a normal load bearing footing.
    An architectural survey of the existing buildings at Morgan will be done, in great detail, to give contractors information on all existing structures, down to the smallest detail.
    The board also learned that asbestos will need to be removed from the middle building, which will be demolished after all asbestos is removed. The new wing will be constructed on the east side of the 1975 section before any asbestos removal or demolition.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2009 10:23
?Galena Elementary Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance Second Quarter PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 January 2009 00:00
?Academic Honor Roll with Distinction
Grade 3

Emma Farnsley, Jason Forbes, Elsie Gasaway, Daniel Heinz, Dylan Hyers, Gunther Knotts, McKenna Meunier, Colton Nash, Bethany Obermeyer, Donny Schmidt, Coen Shultz, Josey Waterbury, Brayden Wray
Grade 4
Hannah Becht, Landon Campbell, Carson Conley, Alex Engle, Audrey Hoke, Luke Malone, Melissa Moberly, Tyler Pearce, Donovan Sampson
Grade 5
Megan Adams, Tristan Barnes, Logan Cooley, Isabelle Didelot, Austin Dyer, Logan Gilland, Kira Graves, Sydney Meunier, Ally Polk, Lilly Ray, Chris Rogers
Academic Honor Roll
Grade 3

Ethan Ball, Emily Bible, Jonathan Breeden, Jordan Brown, Addie Bullock, Luke Dilling, Alexa Duit, Zoe Fifer, Jacob Forbes, Courtney Ford, Danielle Harpe, Eyan Hoover, Katie Howard, Tori Kinkton, Kaley Kramer, Lindsay Leidolf, Logan McNeeley, Branden Meriwether, Molly Ottersbach, Shaylee Seng, Olivia Small, Arianna Sparrow, Allison Verdouw, Kyle Wood
Grade 4
Brandon Baugh, Max Baumann, Chenaniah Clark, Spencer Comingore, Cooper Conley, Jack Dunsford, Sarah Easton, Elliot Eickholtz, Mandy Ellis, Allie Fischer, Noah Fonda, Ronnie Foster, Nick Fulkerson, Kaelyn Gibson, David Greene, Jenna Hall, Camden Hardin, Emily Hardin, Cameron Harvey, Sidney Hutchens, Sarah Johnson, Olivia Kincaid, Kelsey May, Abby Metzmeier, Eric Micco, Bryan Moakler, Sophia Palmer, Bryce Polk, Luis Romines, Charlie Sandifer, Colin Shalosky, Daniel Silliman, Brian Stiller, Katie Uhl, Sydney Willis, Brodey Zink
Grade 5
Anthony Amundson, Alex Baker, Ryan Boyd, Evan Cambron, McKenna Carter, Samantha Cristiani, Daniel Denison, Taylor Durbin, Kimberly Eckart, Emily Flener, Brooke Glass, Aron Hamilton, Curtis Henderson, Keaton Jacobi, Megan Johnson, Catherine Kanemitsu, Kailyn Little, Sarah Murray, Shannon O’Brien, Kyle Peters, Lexi Rice, Alex Rodriguez, Kristen Seacat, David Shepard, Nico Stanis, Jordan Stevens, Emily Stock, Katie Surber, Tyler Thulier, Kelci Voyles, Sam Yothers
Perfect Attendance
Brianna Adams, Chase Alvey, Tiffany Baird, Addie Bullock, Macy Campbell, Christopher Carty, Brianna Christensen, Jessica Christensen, John Coleman, Spencer Comingore, Seth Cordial, Brandon Cranford, Jordan Davis, Matthew Dunlap, Austin Dyer, Sarah Easton, Mandy Ellis, Justin Farris, Reece Ferry, David Flener, Jonathan Fonda, Noah Fonda, Jacob Forbes, Jason Forbes, Kalissa Fosskuhl, Ronald Foster, David Galligan, Ryan Gathof, Leanna Gatton, Shane Gatton, Logan Gilland, Luke Gilland, David Greene, Jenna Hall, Danielle Harpe, Daniel Heinz, Logan Ivey, Kye Johnson, Sarah Johnson, Lindsay Leidolf, Kailyn Little, Zachary Little, Addison Logsdon, Luke Malone, Sydney Marlow, Dakota McNeill, Montana McNeill, Madison Meers, Abigail Metzmeier, Maren Meunier, Sydney Meunier, Jacob Millar, McKenzie Millar, Gillian Mings, Melissa Moberly, Alexis Moody, Elijah Moody, Colton Nash, Brandon Neagle, Connor Nevitt, Brenden Nifong, Dean O’Grady, Eric Obermeyer, Madison Owens, Sebastian Padilla, Keegan Payne, Lexie Prichett, Gabriel Robertson, Catherine Rodgers, Luis Romines, Donald Schmidt, Shaylee Seng, Caroline Shalosky, David Shepard, Caleb Slaughter, Nicholas Stanis, Johnathan Stark, Alexa Stewart, Devin Stock, Emily Stock, Hannah Tarr, Ethan Thomas, Julia Verdouw, Trysten Williams, Sydney Willis, Brayden Wray, Parker Wright.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2009 10:25
?Meet for Mysteries at the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 January 2009 00:00
?    The New Albany-Floyd County Public Library cordially invites you to participate in their monthly mystery book discussion. Murder by the Book meets in the small meeting room of the Library on the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. The selected title for the month of January is Angels & Demons by Dan Brown.
    In Angels & Demons world renowned symbologist Robert Langdon uncovers a plot by an ancient and powerful secret brotherhood called the Illuminati. This brotherhood has reemerged from obscurity to bring down its most hated enemy - the Catholic Church. When a messenger of Illuminati announces that they have hidden an unstoppable time bomb at the very heart of Vatican City, Robert Langdon, and a beautiful and mysterious Italian scientist, race to assist the Vatican in finding the bomb before it is too late. Come and join Murder by the Book to discuss the international thriller - Angels and Demons.
    February’s title is a true crime tale entitled American Lighting - Terror, Mystery, the Birth of Hollywood and the Crime of the Century by Howard Blum. It is the story of how the bombing of the Los Angeles Times building in 1910 exposed a deadly “national dynamite plot” by trade unionists to terrorize America with 100 bombings in a doomed attempt to force capitalism to its knees. Read how the relentless pursuit of the criminals made a national hero of detective Billy Burns. Come to the mystery book discussion, and start the New Year off discussing mysteries.
    For a complete list of selections for discussion see the website or pick up a flyer at the library.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2009 10:27
?Lady Highlanders win HHC contest at New Albany PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 January 2009 00:00
?    Floyd Central won a big 55-41 Hoosier Hills Conference (HHC) decision over host New Albany Saturday night, in a game in which Jennifer Smith scored 16 points for the Lady Highlanders.
    On Thursday, Borden hosted Paoli and won a girls’ basketball decision by a similar 55-41 score.
    And last Tuesday, Lanesville traveled to South Central and lost 51-31 in a Southern Athletic Conference (SAC) contest.
    Floyd Central 55, New Albany 41-Jennifer Smith’s 16 points were a big factor in the win for the Lady Highlanders, but the points weren’t always falling for Smith in the contest. She scored 10 of her 16 point total in the 2nd half, and three of the baskets were in the crucial 4th quarter.
    Up only 41-35 with 5:39 in the game, Floyd called a full time out, and Smith scored her three 4th quarter buckets over the remainder of the game.
    Brittany Sutton got New Albany even closer to the Lady Highlanders first, with her bucket at 5:19. The Lady Bulldogs were within 41-37 at this time, but Brigid Morrissey answered with a pair of free throws at 3:38.
    Lindsay Johnson contributed a bucket for the Lady Bulldogs 11 seconds later, but the Lady Highlanders outscored New Albany 12-2 the rest of the way for the win.
    Jennifer Smith scored her three buckets with 3:16, 2:40, and 26 seconds on the clock left in the game.
    Also contributing for Floyd in the 12-2 stretch were Erica Smith, Morgan Rookstool, and Shelby Allen.
    According to Floyd Central coach Joe Voelker, it was just the right time to get the ball into the hands of Jennifer Smith.
    “We started rushing possessions; the ball had to get to Jennifer Smith,” said Voelker. Voelker also was pleased with Morgan Rookstool’s play in the 1st half.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2009 10:29
?Paul Beckort to lead Harrison County Community Foundation Board of Directors in 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 00:00
?    The Harrison County Community Foundation Board of Directors recently elected Paul Beckort of Laconia to serve as its Board President throughout 2009. Paul has served as an HCCF Board member since March 2001. In those years he has served on the Grants Committee, Building Committee, served as Chairman of the Marketing Committee and most recently as Chairman of the Scholarship and Endowment Committee. “Paul has a lot of experience as a foundation board member, having also served as a board member of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana,” said HCCF Executive Director Steve Gilliland. “We are proud to have him as our new president,” added Gilliland.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2009 10:52
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